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Desogen, 2.45 / 5 (11 votes)

Desogen Side Effects

Serious Side Effects of Desogen

  • Stop taking Desogen and get medical attention if you suddenly become numb or weak on either side of your body.
  • If you develop sudden and acute headaches, become confused, or have trouble seeing, speaking, or balancing, see your doctor immediately.
  • Talk to your doctor as soon as possible if you have chest pain, pain that radiates to your arm or shoulders, or have unexplained sweating.
  • If your legs, ankles, feet, or hand begin to swell or become painful, warm, or red, seek medical attention.
  • If you experience persistent nausea, stomach pains, a decrease in appetite, darkened urine, stools the color of clay, or jaundice, stop taking Desogen and talk to your doctor as soon as possible.
  • You may develop symptoms of depression after taking Desogen. If you have trouble sleeping, feel weak or tired often, or have changes in your moods, talk to your doctor.
  • Contact your doctor immediately if you discover a lump in your breast.

Common Side Effects of Desogen

  • You may experience mild nausea, stomach pain, bloating, and vomiting as you first begin taking Desogen.
  • Your breasts may become tender or swell as you take Desogen.
  • Desogen may cause changes in your weight and appetite.
  • Taking Desogen can cause your menstrual period to change, decrease your sex drive, and cause vaginal itching or discharge.
  • You may see freckles, darkening of the skin on your face, loss of hair on your scalp, and increased hair growth while you take Desogen .